2020 election: 1031 exchange on the chopping block?

It’s the time of year when politicians are outlining their vision for the future and plans to get there. One such plan recently introduced by a 2020 presidential candidate has caused some uncertainty around the future of capital gains

CREJ

September 18, 2020

Pandemic Sparks Push for Safer Office Builds

Colorado’s developers and architects normally design office buildings to be resilient in the face floods, fires and those seemingly ever-changing tenant tastes. And while the desire for office spaces that minimize germ/bacteria/virus transfer has been batted around in cli ent meetings for years, most of the practices rarely, if ever, made it into the final design. Until now.

Building Dialogue

September 14, 2020

The future of Colorado’s workplace

Historically, the office has been a place where companies bring their people together to foster innovation and collaboration; perform individual job functions; access a vast array of tools that promote efficient productivity for work

CREJ

September 14, 2020

How tech moves forward in the wake of COVID-19

For years, tech has been one of Colorado’s strongest and fastest-growing industries. Across the Front Range, the number of employees in tech jobs jumped 57% over the last decade, from 88,000 in 2010 to 139,000 in 2019.

CREJ

September 14, 2020

Avanti Food & Beverage Opens on Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall

Denver’s Avanti Food & Beverage has just opened its second Front Range location (in the Cheesecake Factory space), and it promises to deliver innovative dining options in its signature industrial funk aesthetic along with jaw-dropping views from a rooftop deck guaranteed to be the place to be downtown.

Building Dialogue

September 6, 2020

6900 Layton Rises at Belleview Station: Excellence in innovation, integrity

Located just 200 feet from the light-rail platform at Belleview Station, 6900 Layton is a sleek 385,000-square-foot Class AA office tower that anticipates making a thoughtful contribution to the emerging transit-oriented development district before the year is out. Designed to achieve LEED Gold status, 6900 Layton is already 50% preleased as headquarters to Newmont Mining Corp. and the entire team has been driving the project forward to meet the schedule right from the start.

Building Dialogue

August 30, 2020

Maximized efficiencies will help food halls survive

During COVID-19, restaurants have done their best to survive the whiplash of ever-changing public health guidelines while ensuring the safety of their guests and employees. Initially closing altogether, many originally reopened for

CREJ

August 24, 2020

Design Forecast Denver: Shaping the Future of Our City

The companies and residents who continue to populate our downtown urban cores can’t sustain alone – without helping economic diversity thrive in these markets, the services that support day-to-day activities will struggle.

Building Dialogue

August 23, 2020

Net-lease investors seek credit and essentials

The COVID-19 pandemic undoubtedly has impacted all facets of commercial real estate, including single-tenant net-leased retail properties. In the second quarter, transaction volume for STNL retail properties was down 38.4%

CREJ

August 21, 2020

Creating safer people-oriented places

We’ve long believed that retail and restaurants are instrumental in creating the character of a neighborhood. Think of the blocks you love most in Denver and chances are you’re imagining a collection of small

CREJ

August 17, 2020